theatre productions.

These highlighted productions explore sexuality, politics, philosophical discourses, and literary canon through different perspectives of time, space, and power dynamics. In addition to elevating the aesthetic experience of the general public, a sociopolitical discussion and/or a possible revolution [a beautiful non-violent anarchist revolution] is continuously sought after through these productions.

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TIANMEN
REQUIEM

 

TIANANMEN
REQUIEM

The Players Theater

2022

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CALIGULA

New Ohio Theatre

2020

CALIGULA

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BLIND

Theater for the New City

2017

BLIND

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CIVILIZATION & ITS DISCONTENTS

Judson Memorial Church

2015

CIVILIZATION &

IT'S DISCONTENTS

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10 YEARS IN
THE MAKING/
10 YEARS
OF ME

 

10 YEARS IN
THE MAKING/
10 YEARS OF ME

NYC Artist Corps

Church Street School for Music & Art

2021

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DEATHWATCH

New Ohio Theatre

2019

DEATHWATCH

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EXILE 5.42

Dixon Place

2016

EXILE 5.42

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UPCOMING TRAIN/
STOPPED CLOCK/
UNTITLED WAITING
Theater for the New City
2013

UPCOMING TRAIN/

STOPPED CLOCK/

UNTITLED WAITING

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LIMINAL ARCHIVE
 

LIMINAL ARCHIVE

Al Límite Collective

New Ohio Theatre

2021

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L.EAR

Dixon Place

2018

L.EAR

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THE (NEW) TRIAL

Theater for the New City

2015

THE (NEW) TRIAL

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FEAR OF CLOWNS

Thespian Production

2013

FEAR OF CLOWN

in development.

These highlighted projects explore diaspora/immigrant experience and duality in identity construct, and aim for bringing forth the stories from the communities that have been historically underrepresented.

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RHAPSODY M
 

RHAPSODY M

by Dennis Yueh-Yeh Li

 

Voyage Theater Company

Queens Council on the Arts

2021

RHAPSODY M

by Dennis Yueh-Yeh Li

produced by Voyage Theater Company

Queens Council on the Arts (New Work Grant)

On the M train from Queens to Manhattan, passengers of Chinese diaspora reveal their journeys and relationships through intimate scenes and exchanges. When the train arrives at the Myrtle Avenue/Broadway station, a group of Chinese-American millennials board the car with protest signs and banners, triggering a clash between generations.